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MANURE, Dung. When collected in a heap, it is considered as personal property, but, when spread, it becomes a part of the land and acquires the character of real estate. Alleyn, 31; 2 Ired. R. 326.

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It was argued by counsel for Ms Squire that comments made on the "manure management" provisions by the Public Protection Officer had not represented an adequate assessment of the situation.
UC ANR's earliest work with the SWRCB, on identifying better practices for manure management, was used during the decade leading up to development of statewide regulations adopted in 1984 (previously Chapter 15: §2560-2565, now located in Chapter 7, subchapter 2, Article 1 §22560-22565) (California Code of Regulations).
The National Biogas and Manure Management Programme (NBMMP) aims at setting up of family type biogas plants for providing biogas as clean cooking fuel and a source of lighting.
In the present study, we analysed five scenarios for 2050: (1) GO; (2) improved practice (IP); (3) an integrated soil-crop system management (1SSM); (4) IP with advanced manure management, namely MR (IP-MR); and (5) ISSM with advanced manure management (ISSM-MR).
Pig production system is responsible for air methane (C[H.sub.4]), ammonia (N[H.sub.3]) and nitrous oxide ([N.sub.2]O) emissions, as well as risks of water and soil contamination resulting from inefficient manure management practices (McAULIFFE et al., 2016).
Western lawmakers have proposed an amendment to the federal Solid Waste Disposal Act to help farmers understand which manure management rules they're supposed to follow.
Growing up, my family always had a compost pile--kind of a glorified weed pile--next to the garden, but my manure management epiphany occurred as a teen.
The manure management is mostly separated where its production and application places are.
Manure management - treatment strategies for sustainable agriculture, 2nd ed.
Approximately 30,000 small farms will benefit from support in manure collection and composting facilities, manure management, biogas production from animal waste, and/or sewage and wastewater treatment in about 100 communes highly exposed to nitrates pollution.
Currently, four key available approaches for reducing on-farm livestock GHG emissions intensity are: two options specific to ruminants (improving feed quality/digestibility, and precision farming) and two options that are applicable to both ruminant and mono-gastric animals (improving animal health and husbandry, and manure management).
Five generations of the Hoff family--members of the Maryland-Virginia Milk Producers Cooperative--have farmed this land, using manure management practices, no-till, cover crops and riparian buffers to minimize runoff of nutrient and sediment while maintaining a productive farming operation.